Penis Apearance / Age

Discussion in 'Genitalia' started by nz male, Jun 28, 2013.

  1. nz male

    nz male Senior Member

    Does a penis look slightly different as we get much older ourselves or does it stay the same after puberty & for the rest of our life?
    Just a query this one.
     
  2. kp2640

    kp2640 Member

    I don't notice any difference in mine, but if change occurred slowly would I notice? Luckily since the arrival of the digital camera I have some documentation to compare in the future.
     
  3. nz male

    nz male Senior Member

    So long as it doesn't need a zoom on your camera to find your penis lol.
    I have a slight pot belly so have to breath in a bit to see my penis - unless its erect.
     
  4. Cutted

    Cutted Cutted

    I think the shaft skin and foreskin can get stretched as a guy ages.
     
  5. PineMan

    PineMan Senior Member

    Although the penis itself remains the same size throughout your adult life, its appearance can change due to the extra pounds you tend to add over the years. This is due to the same amount of skin covering the penis over a shortening distance to the pubis. This is a bit like when you put on a condom. When you roll it on all the way the condom is tight & smooth, but when you start to remove it, the further along the shaft you get, the more wrinkled it starts to get. It's the same with your penile skin.
     
  6. sunfighter

    sunfighter Hip Forums Supporter HipForums Supporter

    Mine looks almost exactly the same as it did 45 years ago.
     
  7. Trojjan

    Trojjan Member

    Well years ago from wearing condoms all the time I developed a shaded 'ring' around half an inch or so from the base. Wearing condoms less, the ring has virtually disappeared lol. Mine still looks yong and healthy.
     
  8. Alternative_Thinker

    Alternative_Thinker Darth Mysterious

    I don't think mine looks any different than it looked 20 years ago.
     

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